May 1, 2013

Start by using fresh raw goats or cow's milk. You can skim the cream (optional) from the top, and make butter from the cream, and get a 2 for 1. 

 

Bring your raw milk to room temperature.

I use 1 Quart. 

 

1. Pour milk into a clean pan (glass or stainless steel).

 

2. On low heat, slowly bring the milk to between 85-99 degrees(F).

 

3. Be careful not to exceed temperatures of 105 degrees(F), otherwise you run a risk of...

April 1, 2013

1. Start by using organic, raw cream. You can use raw cream from cow’s milk, or Nigerian Dwarf, goat's milk. These contain higher cream and fat values.

 

2. Separate the cream from the milk (if not already separated).

 

3. Bring cream to room temperature (let sit on counter).

 

4. Place cream in a clean glass jar and cover with lid (tightly).

 

5. Shake the jar, away from your face, vigorously and hold on tight!

 

6. Cont...

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